Call of Duty Ghosts titanfall vs call of duty

Published on February 19th, 2014 | by dee

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Why Titanfall Won’t Destroy the Call of Duty Series or Steal Ghosts Players

There’s no question that Call of Duty: Ghosts has been lacking with next-generation consoles and that a lot of the dedicated Call of Duty fans are upset for various reasons, but does Titanfall really stand a chance at putting an end to the series?

Titanfall definitely brings an interesting aspect and puts a new spin on first-person shooters by allowing players to fight with mech-style Titans. What many people don’t know however is that the creators of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment, were once senior employees at Infinity Ward and played a large part in the Call of Duty franchise.

Read more about the history of Titanfall and Respawn Entertainment.

So does Titanfall have a chance to destroy the Call of Duty franchise, or at the very least steal a lot of the current players of Call of Duty: Ghosts?

We don’t think so, and here’s why. Yes it’s true that a lot of Call of Duty Ghosts players will buy and play Titanfall on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, but that’s as far as it will go. One of the shortfalls of Titanfall is that it will only be released for the Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. The Xbox was presented as an all-around entertainment device, while the PlayStation 4 next-gen console was purely designed for gaming. The mere fact that Respawn Entertainment will only release for Microsoft will stop them from being able to dominate the competition.

Upcoming Call of Duty Game in the hands of Sledgehammer Games

It was announced that the next Call of Duty game will be placed into the hands of Sledgehammer Games. Sledgehammer Games is known largely for working on the development of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 with Infinity Ward. This was one of the most successful Call of Duty releases to date, making 1 billion dollars in just 16 days. We believe that with such a large competition, Sledgehammer will step their game up to another level and release a Call of Duty game for the history books.

Conclusion

So while we don’t think that Titanfall will destroy the next or current Call of Duty game, we do believe that it will really shake things up with Activision, Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer games and help bring us a really interesting fourth-quarter gaming release. Titanfall is also set to be released in March, which gives a huge gap between its release and the release of the next COD game.

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3 Responses to Why Titanfall Won’t Destroy the Call of Duty Series or Steal Ghosts Players

  1. Youre An Idi0t says:

    I think this article lacks a true gamers vision. Any real gamer knows 1)Halo 2 sold xboxs while cross platform fps’s failed 2)Ive played Titanfall… its beyond a breath of fresh air from the neverending respawn and die rinse repeat games Cod is known for & 3) titanfall offers structure that the best gamer or a first spawn noob can recognize and master without feeling bad or that the game is flawwed.. Lastly) No true gamer has stuck with sony. Gaming is about mastery, competition, & dick swinging. The caliber of Psn gamer is lacking in comparison to us on Xbl. Maybe because we pay to play so we take it more seriously. Maybe its our controllers. I known 1 thing.. microsoft never offered multiplayer for free or tried to make its controller similar to another console.. Something Sony & Nintendo both did.. 1 thing is sure though,
    Respawn is going to sell xboxs..

  2. Furrytr1angle says:

    CoD is going to take a huge hit in numbers, more than it already has from its lack of change and horrible spawn systems. Never see more then 100k on ever? that is horrible. this game is done after march 11th

  3. scottholman07 says:

    Cod is way better than titanfall and always will be cross platforming is good for selling more copies ps3,ps4 and xbox deserve better than titanfall it doesn’t make it to the finish it absolutly sucks !!!!!

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